This is Clip 1 from the Nineteenth Archive release of our stock footage. This is like no other clock you have seen lately. This simple footage was created using Chroma Key. The Green Chroma Key clock overlay can be found here in the stock footage section. This footage is from my personal collection. I have tried to organize these clips with titles and countdowns so they are easier to use. COMMENT: I am releasing these Stock footage Clips for free so that editors who can't afford footage will... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Bridgewater Video, Stock footage, BTV AVI Stock Footage, AVI Stock Footage, Stock Footage...
Episode "The Vase That Came For Dinner" of the typical 50's sitcom "Meet Corliss Archer". Plot: "Janet Buys a supposedly rare and definitely ugly antique vase, and the purchase leads to a series of hilarious mishaps". ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Meet Corliss Archer, 50's TV, Sitcom, Comedy
On the surface, this film may seem like an average science film about time and space, but like most of films from the Moody Institute of Science, there is an ulterior motive. The films host Irwin Moon had an interest in science as a child and later incorporated that interest into his life as a pastor. He would tour the country giving his Sermons of Science where the marvels of science provide the visible evidence of a Divine plan of creation. His work with GIs during World War II showed him the... ( 10 reviews ) Topic: religion vs. science
Set In Manhattan's Central Park, this film is the poignant story of a teenage girl's encounter with a homeless old woman (movingly portrayed by distinguished actress Mildred Dunnock) who carries all her belongings around in shopping bags. This encounter eventually leads to the girl's understanding of the problems of aging and the dignity of all individuals, regardless of their place in society. Actress Mildred Dunnock, who plays the homeless woman, was a former schoolteacher who didn't begin... ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Bert Salzman, homeless, elderly
"Experimenters in visual perception are using computers to create weird and random patterns that never occur in real life to find out what and how people see when these patterns are shown to them. The art of computer graphics is only in its infancy yet it is already stimulating creative thought in far out areas where research is likely to get complex and unwieldy. If offers not only the means to quicken the pace of discovery but an ideal of communicating what we may discover" - We... ( 15 reviews ) Topics: singing robot, mashup, We Edit Life, computer